A week-long exploration of the many facets of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism--from its broadest applications to its most subtle implications, from the inspirational qualities of Rand's fiction to her intellectual system.
Topics include: John Locke, David Hume, Abraham Lincoln, Globalization, National Security, Ethics in War, Free Speech, Virtue Ethics, Benevolence, Individualism, Philosophy of Math, and introductory and advanced topics in Objectivism.
Noted Speakers: David Kelley, Ph.d; Eric Mack, Ph.d; Joyce Penner, Ph.d; Brink Lindsey, J.D; Stephen Cox, Ph.d; Nathaniel Branden, Ph.d; Robert Levy, Ph.d, J.D; David Mayer, Ph.d; Kenneth Livingston, Ph.d; Edward Hudgins, Ph.d, and many more.
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